Excessive peeing in dogs isn’t a disease in itself, but it’s a possible symptom of ailments such as diabetes, kidney infection and cystitis.
Alabama Rot: What We Now Know (And Still Don’t Know)
This serious but rare condition has been stumping scientists ever since it started popping up in dogs in the United Kingdom in 2012.
Indoor Cats vs. Outdoor Cats: Health Problems and What Vets Think
Pay attention to signs that your cat needs immediate veterinary attention. Here are the top problems we see with indoor cats and with outdoor cats.
High Blood Pressure in Dogs and Cats
Just like us, dogs and cats can suffer from high blood pressure, or hypertension, and need regular screenings to detect it. Here’s what you need to know.
Kidney Stones in Cats: What You Should Know
Kidney stones are usually not life-threatening, but your cat will thank you to get them taken care of as soon as possible.
Understanding Kidney Disease and Kidney Failure in Cats
Cats as young as 3 years old have been diagnosed with kidney failure, but the condition is more common in older cats.